Hope you are celebrating Labor Day RV camping
Unless you were fortunate enough to be a trust-fund baby, you've had to work for a living and Labor Day is your day. Reflect on a job well done and hope you are relishing the final moments of summer with your family by RVing at your favorite campground this long holiday
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Australian Millennials tour USA in DIY 'Skoolie'
This is a great story about how six young Australians "threw caution to the wind, and made a remarkable choice to experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure," according to an article on Do It Yourself RV. It seems the friends quit their jobs in Australia, moved to Can
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Seasons Greetings from our rig to yours
Happy Holidays from our Northern Lite camper on a wet and breezy Oregon Coast.  Wishing you the very best of travels and adventures during the New Year ... happiness to all. -- Julianne and Jimmy
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Chuck and Betty Prather split time between Southwest and Pacific Northwest
We first met Chuck and Betty Prather of Tucson, Ariz., over 4th of July weekend in a small forest service campground in northeast Washington state near the Canadian border. These long-time RVers frequently split their time between their winter home in Arizona and the
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Camp 18 in northern Oregon includes a logging museum, good eats, old friends Diana & Jim Garot
This rendezvous with our dear longtime friends Diana and Jim Garot, has been a long time coming ... or at least it seems that way. When Jimmy and I last saw Jim and Diana it was for an all-too-brief stopover at their home this past January in Southern California.
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Longtime RV friends, and re-newed ones, along our Summer Oregon Trail adventure
The very best part of our years of RV travel is the incredible people we meet along the way and the opportunity to reconnect with longtime friends. We caught up with our truck camper buddy Butch Michaelsen and his faithful cattle dog, Rip, in Halfway, Ore. Butch is
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Cannon Beach - drive by
Cannon Beach, one of the most photographed beaches on the Oregon Coast ... and this is the only shot I get of it. Zoom, there goes Cannon Beach. Somehow we missed any viewpoints of Cannon Beach from the Oregon Coast Highway. I was just plain lucky to get this dri
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Oregon Coast - Nehalem Bay State Park
We arrived at Nehalem Bay State Park on a Sunday afternoon around 3 p.m. with no reservations, thinking surely with more than 300 campsites there would be walk-up sites available. That was until we saw the "Campground Full" sign along Hwy 101. "We're turning in anywa
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Lunch with an expansive view of the Oregon Coast ... Otter Crest State Scenic Viewpoint
Otter Crest State Scenic Viewpoint thrusts out into the Pacific Ocean between Newport to the south and Depoe Bay to the north along the Oregon Coast Highway. It is a beautiful place to pull off  to take a few snapshots, stretch your legs or fix a bite to eat. Bu
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An incredible campground in southcentral Oregon: Collier Memorial State Park
For a delightful surprise, pull into the Collier Memorial State Park on Hwy. 97 between Crater Lake and Klamath Falls, Oregon. This 525-acre park sits at 4,200' elevation. Take time to walk along the aspen-lined Williamson River Trail that runs between the campgroun
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